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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 4, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TWELVE THIS ir. KH1DAX JUNE Many Minor Bills Advanced a Mining Act Amended. OTTAWA, Jime Canadian senate bill respecting the director o( coal operations was intro- duced by Hon. Arthur Meighen at the opening o( the house tlib afternoon. Mr. Melghcn deterred espialnius the RESULTS EXAMS FOR CHARTERED ACCOUNTANCY The findings of tno board of exam- iners la chartered accountancy bavo been ratified by tho senate of tho university and authorized for publica- tion.- There wore U candidates tor the filial exauunatlon and 19 candidates for tuo inlerrnedia'te this yrar. 0! these four passed their finals while six ob- lainej Kght passed the intermediate, and six obtained supple- mentals. The.iiamos ot tho successful are as follows: Xr Camrose; J. C. Thompson (with Bdtnbn- ton; U. 8. Blmonton; H. G. Forson, Edmonton. Donaldson, Cal- gary; A. G. Trotman. Medicine Hal; 11 A. Stockwcll. Calgary; G. U ISag- FEUNIE RESIDENT IS BURIED WITH HONORS Our OWD FERXIB, June funeral ol th.3 lato John Caruilctwel took place tbls afternoon. The Knights ot Pythias, cj whtcb. lodge the deceased uas a member, had charge of the exercises, and llev. Straw-bridge preached a short funeral sermon' lu the from >v which place tho body taken to A XIttl0 centelery, followed by S number Calffarj-; (with bill until second Sir Robert Itorden said that, owing to the fact that the minister of finance had been" actively engaged in depart- mental matters, it would be impossible for him to go on with Iho budect res- olutions immediately. Ho sugeesied that a number of minor bills might be taken up pond- arrival of Iho minister of fin- jmce. Hon. C. J. Doherty moved that the till to amend the criminal code (French version) be dropped from the order paper and be referred to a special committee. Thfl motion car- Second retdUij was then given to Ihe bill to amend the Yukon placer mining act and the house went into committee on this bill. Hon. Arthur Melghen explained the provisions of the bill, which provides uairu, a.. j 11 iaine for changed conditions in the Yukon The .four final' candidates will be ss regards placer mining, allows pros- admitted to'iueroberfhlp in tho Iiisli- pcclors one year in .which to prospect (Uic of Chartered Accoantants upon leased claims and to stake cluinxs for completion ol their formal applications which he wishes to mir.e. Alfred Thompson, -Yukon, explained that most of the f.vailablo mining land hed been taken up, much had already been1 worked and some abandoned without being worked. Under present, processes, abandoned land was worth j working and the hill made provision Jor this. Tho bill had now bc-c-n approved by non-partlsau organizations in the I Yukon. The bill was given third read-1 Claronrp ins. and the house went into commit-1 _ tee on a hill to amend the Inspection I ing Evidence Against Qeo. end Sale Act. On ,thc suggestion of] T i Hop. IV. S. Fielding, it-was inpletf. that auy minor regulations to the act eh'ould have- the approval of the gov- errior-icvcouncjl. The bill was then given third read- ing. Vancouver; L. H. Gaefz, Ed- taontou; IX -Voble, A. D. Stufroct, Nordegs. Granted. R, VT. Gardner, Ixjtlibridge. B. C. Long, mire, A..G. S. Johnstone, G. S. Kilgour, A. P. McGuiEau. Northover, H U. Phillips. J. H. Watson, O D Kia- naird; A: West. J. M. Caino. ?nds and preceded by the K. of P. lodge In a body. Discovery' of the sljnaturo of Wi'l- lian Shakespeare, scrawled 314 years at'o >-vi) a wall in the gai- Irry" of Hampton couVt, has Just been mado in London. Sinn Fein Rebels Make Attack Police Barracks CAPPAOmvHITtV -Wuusler, Iro- laud. Juno largo uutober of Wen armed Kith bombs and rifles at- tacked tho police barracks bero this niornius. Tho police garrison, con- sisting of two sergeants :md eight con- stables, replied with similar weapons from the roof. The rourliiouso adjoining was set on fire and a fierce battle followed. The raiders finally withdrew. The bomb explosions' were heard lu Tipper- ary, seven miles south Of here, from which place, police were hurried. reinforcements the raiders ou encountered some of The latter v. were pursued .nud several were arrest- ed. Sergeant' Sulliran was slightly wounded. The song the kettle sings: Lanka Tea A SONG ol Ceylon's riill gardens where Lanka Tea is grown. British grown, carefully bltrided and tested, to suit British taste. -The Lsnka aroma the color LanV.i flavor satisf.cs. Ask your dealer for the Lanka package shown here. WM. BRAID CO. Vancouver, FIXING THE SHAMROCK j XBW YORK, Juno Thomas Lipton's Shamrock IV. was given a rest today from ber trial spins and was being equipped with new cross- trees, because Charles Nicholson her designer, decided uot to take any chances with tho slender ringing with which she Is now Utted. DODD'S KIDNEY George of Cardslcn. is to, day facing a charge of taking part in a frame-up Jo relieve Clarence Still- man and Herman Aldridge, of In Committee on Budget. "ses ot )ir.uor, .while In transit from i ICardslon to Dsbb, Montana. The evi-' The bouse then went Into commitlee 3ii ihn hndeel is being heard by Justice Sim- on Ihe budget proposals. Amendments is being heard by Justice Slrn- ia Schedule A of the customs tariff, 1U the-criminal sessions court Ttll-7 -fc-ftT-rj I n-i.. ._. 1917, -were first cons-dsrad. The fol- The prosecution 'occupied all the and celluloids for1 books' nndv basis of matrices copper shells for the same, whether .composed or in part of metal celluloids; typewriters or writing .appliances, es- pecially adapted for use only by the blind, under rtsulation prescribed br the minister of customs ana inland revenue. The of Iho amend- ment are deemed to have come Into operation on May year, and to have also applied to sudi goofis pre- viously imported for which no entry for consumption was mate before that Section 2 of (be resolution provided for striking out of several chapt the customs tariff 1915 and Sir Henry Drayton said this would liavo the effect ol repealing the extra cent, war tax. Answering Jacques Bureau, Three to pay Triplett'twenty-fire'dollars for the trip, Trlpletl supplying a team and a democrat. The witness .told of approaching the international line, to -wllhin three miles of, it .on-horseback from the side'and then walklaff to _ tu a farm, house en tie Canadian side, where Inoy coofeed some macaroni flTiiie there they met Floyd Woolf also facing criinlrial prosecution in this case.-stillman claims that he did not tell Woolt of With Stlllmanf obtained a ride to Cardrtor, In a democrat, arriv- ing there, in. the middle of the atter- iqn Sunday-during, the, end of March. Shortly after supper, he tes- Hirers, Henry Drayton staled that uppr, e es- tified, he met Trinlelt and mado- the arrangements -for the trip. They left Cardstoa about nine o'clock at night a ng and had reached about one mile and a half out of town when three men amendments based thereon wa first reading and the c up the-business profit; and tlie given the witness testified. _ Sennetl Sherwood, to.sti- thrcalened to "fill 'them witi. i out and Stillman was relieved of one hundred and' Ihirty dollars. The- dcmo- craL with Triplelt driTing. then pro- jceeded toward Canislon, he said. Several other witnesses were called Ihcj prosecullon. which is being I conducted by Dr. Conybeare The Place in North Lethbridge for Delicious Ice Cream Dishes REAL HOME MADE CAKES.. PASTRY AND BREAD Worth walking from the farthest corner of the for 6 North Lethbridge Bakery THIRTEENTH STREET NORTH Goliath Makes; 24 Hour, 19 Min ute Non-Stip Flight Near _ l i PAWS, June l-Th'o aeroplane! t'Ojialli, piloted by Lieutenants ilou- Bholrot and Bernard, broke the world's record for continuous tllghl today, Ihe aeroplane bciog forced to discontinue its non-slop trial only it had remained in the air 21 hcurs 13 minutes and seven seconds covering a distance of 1-5 kilo' tnclrcs. Tho Goliath also established what pre. claimed to be records for Rnd. kilomclres, making Ihe lormer In 11 hours 20 minutes and I seconds, and the latter in 16 hours 42 minutes and eight, seconds. The flight "was made at F.laples Bear Paris. The former record for continuous flight was Ihe German, W. Lamlmann, who remainnrl ia ,lhe air 21 hours ts minutes and 40 seconds, in Jyne 15H.1'-' CINDERELLA WINS :THE ACORN STAKES i.OXDOX, Canadian Associated Acorn Slakes wore won todny by Cinderella..100 to Slrathlcven, 8 lo 1. second, and JMitcracker, 10 to 1, third. Fifteen horses ran. v fho runners in the Oaks were: Aeon, Charlebelle, Cicerone, Cinna, Piety, Peg. Lomplle, Jfoet Ucaudlal, PlunXelt, Plycimis, Queen Ilein do Neight, Hoslet, Saf- fron, Shy Princess, Pullamore The belling was; Charlebelle, 7 to .2; Cinno, 2 lo'l, Hoslcl; 25 to l, PURE FOOD MARKETS Week End Specials Special New Zealand Spring Lamb Choice Grain Fed Beef Choice Grain Fed Pork Milk Fed Broilers Special Prices on Bntter for this >veek-end, Shamrock Dominion and Bonniebrook Brands ASK FOR SHAMROCK BRAND HAMS, BACON'-AMD LARD, THE EMPIRE'S STANDARD. P.BURNS Limited M Market, Phone 545 Market, Phone 412 Dominion Markei, phone I The Westminster Meat Market Buy where you get good value for your money. Fed Beef, Dairy Fed Pork, Milk Fed Veal, Prime Mutton. Our Meats are all frteh killed (quality No. We do hot handle the cheaper grades, SAUSAGES A SPECIALTY FINEST DAIRY BUTTER AND FRESH FROM'THE FARM W. Adnitt Proprietor Attractive Bargains For Saturday At The most exceptional values yet offererj for one day only-Saturday. Women's Ready-to-Wear, Boys' and Men's Wear, Ladies' Dress Goods and a few very special offerings from the' Staple Department. 75c 10 Pieces of Dress Goods per yard. Silk wool_ mixed crepe, silk and wool taffeta, wool fancy silk and wool crepes. Shades Include navy, sand, grey, roso and copen. Widths from 30 to 15 inches. Worth lip to "re Saturday, per yard................. Bpys' TrVear on Sale Cotton Drill -Bloomers 1 'Ajf% iu tan, all sizes. l.iJU Boys' Cotton Jerseys 65c Union Suits The athletic lino In nainsook and dimity, SILKS For A big assortment of Dress Silks including: poplins, colored pongee, habutai ana fancy eilks. All 30 inches wide. Colors navy, cardinal, wine, sand, grey and green. Regular val- ues up to }2.95. Take your choice at Remnants A table full of remnants ot. every kind of yardage. Prints, flells, cottons, wool dress goods, ginghams, galatcaa, sll_ks and voiles. ALMOST HALF PRICE .1.48 Bed.Spreads largo size, pood quality. ular price was J5.00. n Salo 68 xW Table Cloths "Irish.'' Regular 4.45 Fine damask On salo at A .GENUINE CLEAROUT SALE OF WOMEN'S READY-TO-WEAR This clearance sale usually comes in July, but this year we give you the cluctions a full mpnth These big reductions on our usual close marking makes bargains that cannot be duplicated elsewhere. 1-3 Off All Women's Cloth Suits tAU Women's and Misses Silk Dresses :2Ocpeent All Serge and Tricoline Dresses 2OStOiFf All Coats and Skirts All Our Fine Georgette Dresses COLORED ORGANDIES FOR DRESSES The nertvcsl material for summer wear, 45 inches wide. Pretty shades. Flno quality. Price, yard................. M.25 LADIES'AND MISSES'VOILE DRESSES Stylish Dresses of fine French voilce In a good aisortmfml of shades and designs Priced at up to Silk Hose 1.35. i Tn black, whlto and All sizes, Regular value 1 Of SI. 55. Saturday, pair BtjyK and kind. Off gfris ot every velvet and Monarch Sox A fine Lisle In u range of colors, also black and wliite. Ilogiilar 05c. On sale nf. SOc Co, Ltd. ;